The CAT4 consists of 8 individual tests to evaluate a student’s Verbal Reasoning (VR), Non Verbal Reasoning (NVR), Quantitative Reasoning (QR) and Spatial Awareness (SA).
Individual tests are between 8-10 minutes and consist of the following;
- Figure Classification and Figure Matrices
- Verbal Classification and Verbal Analogies
- Number Analogies and Number Series
- Figure Analysis and Figure Recognition
What’s the CAT4 pass mark?
That depends. Although there isn’t a CAT4 pass mark as such.
How can parents support their child’s CAT4 preparation?
Parents can support their child in the following ways:
- By organizing various teaching methods that suit their child’s learning process best.
- Providing a suitable, quiet working environment.
- Provide new books and magazines which will encourage the learning of new words. Plus word meaning and different uses.
- Arrange scientific experiments that can help to boost their child’s enthusiasm for learning CAT4-related concepts.
How do schools use CAT4 test results?
- Primarily to determine the reasoning qualities of a child and compares his or her progress to the children of the same age and groups.
- Aligned with the above as a means of tracking in detail an individual student’s learning progress.
- But also to show teachers how best to teach individual students.